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and that breaking news is in berkeley. police officers in riot gear face off against protesters in the street. tonight several arrests are made and inside conservative commentator ben shapiro takes the stage, defying the threat of possible violence. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz, cal stepped up security ahead of the visit, spending as much as $600,000. >> here's the scene around 10:00, 100 to 200 people started marching westbound on the durant avenue, remained peaceful and most mostly disbanded. >> begin with cornell with the
situation on the ground. >> reporter: we can tell that you the way is slowly returning to normal although still closed to traffic. sproul plaza and zellerbach hall still off limits surrounded by barricades. many anticipated violence but for the most part was peaceful. >> united will never be divided. >> reporter: made it clear that conservative commentator wasn't welcome at berkeley. >> spend my hard-earned money on hostility. i come here to learn. >> reporter: street shut barricades surrounded the hall like a fortress where shapiro was speaking. police presence massive and unprecedented. >> ann coulter, ben shapiro, whole parade of fascist thugs coming to campus.
>> reporter: tensions running high all night from right and left. >> berkeley april 15th, seven stitches in head and six in year. >> reporter: donald trump supporter returned to berkeley after he said he was attacked by left-wing protesters last spring. >> can't be silenced by those who try to silence us with violence. >> reporter: this was mostly peaceful but were arrested. these women taken into custody bringing items banned by police into the event, items which could be used as weapons. this weapon treated by paramedics after accidentally knocked down in the crowd. berkeley police say nine arrests tonight. charges mostly unknown. some of them were for being caught with banned weapons or banned items. we can tell you that alameda county sheriff, berkeley police
and university of california assisted in law enforcement. abc7 news. >> here are the mug shots of those arrested tonight. 20-year-old han that you benjamin of freemont, battery against a police officer and banned weapon. sarah roark and michael paul sullivan also accused of having banned weapons. now lisa. >> she attended the speech and lve with what he told the audience. >> reporter: ben shapiro's event ended a short time ago at zellerbach hall. no issues inside or even in the plaza. those who opposed his presentation were largely over there just a few yards away on bancroft. because of that police were direct how they made people move out of the hall. forced that direction towards west side of campus only. this is video of the thousand or
so people leaving and you can see a large police presence. directing them towards oxford street. people seemed very happy with time spent with ben shapiro who took the stage around 7:15. he and others mentioned that more than 3,000 people wanted to attend and tried to ge tickets. though zellerbach has capacity of 2,000, only 1,000 let in due to safety concerns. had the same message, that their views though conservative and minority in the area should still be heard. >> there are students who do want to hear differing views, don't want to be told they can only hear one view. don't believe that first amendment should die under the jack boots and birkenstocks under anarchist communist peaces of garbage. >> i'm slightly uncomfortable
but worth coming. >> live in free country. >> reporter: well-known pro trump conservative asked shapiro his opinion on race relations and told him he quote had his back. shapiro answered thank you, but i depend on the police for that. live now, shapiro was on campus a year ago having a similar speech he says. during that time, there were no issues and no protests. live on campus at berkeley, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. another minor earthquake hit the south bay. that's four today. latest at 9:59 p.m. 2.8. 3.4 shaker from 6:00, 2.6 at
12:30 p.m. and 3.3 at 10:30 a.m. no damages or injured reported. new at 11:00, three former employees suing google, claiming paying women less than men for the same work. katie marzullo. >> ellis versus google, inc. named for former employee. told paid less than male counterpart with when she has more experience. >> promotion denied. started behind and stayed behind. >> two other women named as plaintiffs but hopes will become a class action benefitting tens of thousands of female google employees, deserve back pay for wages they should have earned and then there's bigger picture. >> to change google's practices and policies, so going forward
women get equal pay for substantially equal work. >> suit follows a federal labor investigation. finding systemic pay discrimination among the employees at headquarters. said in statement company will review the lawsuit but disagrees with the central allegations. goes on to say that job levels and promotions determined through rigorous hiring and promotion committees and pass multiple levels of review, including checks for gender bias. abc7 news. you saw it on abc7, "truth and lies: the murder of laci peterson" and the i-team is digging into the case 15 years after it sparked worldwide attention. >> dan noyes with the story. >> we have more of the sitdown with sharon -- the mom. coming up what happened before
of evidence, some made public for the first time. >> dan noyes been through it and exclusive interview with laci's mother. >> said something happened last time she saw her daughter alive that made her doubt scott peterson but took more to solve the murder and put scott on death row. family reported her missing from modesto home, she was pregnant. scott told police returned from fishing with new boat and found dog but no laci. >> i remember looking up at stars thinking this is a big world, where could she be. >> want her back. >> all she could do was wait and worry, desperate for answers. >> get all these information from psychics or other people, where they saw her or think they
saw her. for some reason always water involved. >> family organized search efforts and rewards kept increasing. >> go to bay area and look at ocean and think there is a lot of water in this state. >> holding on to hope, the family kept in close contact with the detectives working the case. >> suspicious of pretty much everybody, not sharon of course. naked emotions from the heart. >> sharon and family had a change of heart about scott when story surfaced about his mistress, amber frye. laci's brother confronted scott on phone call. >> i was trying to find an enquirer but i couldn't. >> taped phone conversations, pieces of evidence reviewed at
the courthouse. >> there's pictures of you and the girl together. so we know that's true right? >> there was encounter. >> what can you tell me about my sister to make me understand you're telling the truth and still support you? >> i don't know if you can believe me. you know me well enough. >> you have nothing to do with this? >> no but i wish i knew where she was. >> laci's mother grilled him on the phone. what happened after 8:30 that night. were you at home when she called me? >> watched a movie, picked up pizza, went to bed. >> what movie? >> "the rookie". >> what was she wearing when she went to bed? >> my pajamas, blue ones. >> how come? >> fit her. >> january 2003, did a 90 minute
interview request diane sawyer, said relationship with the family was strained after they learned of relation shf with amber frye. >> what did they say to you? >> they're obviously upset with me but still looking for laci and would like to work with them. >> mother didn't want to believe scott's involved. >> comes home, what will she think of me? >> but remembers something that happened before laci disappeared. >> put my hand on her stomach. said scott doesn't like to do this. asked him to feel my stomach when the baby kicks and he never wants to touch my stomach. that really, really bothered me. that was last time i saw her. >> scott peterson was convicted of first and second degree murder. death row in san quentin. he's filed for another appeal.
turning 45 last month. laci would have been 42 in may and son connor, would have been 14 years old. >> it's been a while but still gripping. >> thanks. it's time for weather. weekend is coming up. >> that's tomorrow? >> it is. think so. sandhya patel. >> i do want to show you time lapse. this is a spectacular time lapse. sun set from the east bay hills camera. not much in way of cloud cover. wisp here and there, stunning sunset. reason we didn't see much cloud cover tonight is wind. breezy in parts of the bay area. sfo gusting to 21. half moon bay, 23 miles an hour. when you look at wind trend, expecting winds to come down, especially heading to tomorrow
afternoon. be lighter, allow the temperatures to rise. pick back up again. not as windy as this afternoon. live picture from east bay hills camera, visibility is fantastic, no fog, tracking clouds with live doppler 7. patchy along the san mateo coast. no rain on the screen but dew points. this is why you're feeling better. it's not humid or muggy like it was the last couple of days. notice more in the comfort zone for bay area and continue that into the weekend. temperatures in 50s and 60s. now what's ahead beyond summer. about a week away from fall. begins a week from tomorrow. a la nina watch issued. 55% to 60% chance that it will
form this fall and winter. it's cooler than normal ocean water near the equatorial pacific. too early to predict if we go above or below normal. stunning view of san francisco tonight. breezy. cooler into the morning. sunny and milder into the weekend. cooler weather for monday. tomorrow mainly 50s. 49 in cloverdale. limited cloud cover. mid-60s to mid-80s. for sonoma car raceway, grand prix, bright and breezy. sunshine on sunday. light the night walk in napa, 75 degrees, sun goes down, lower. and raiders against the jets,
upper 60s to low 70s with plenty of sun. download the accuweather app to check the trends anytime you want. warmer saturday, then the temperatures start to slip on sunday but mild by summer standards. cooler than average. wednesday, thursday, temperatures coming up slightly. one thing missing from that accuweather forecast, the heat. it's not there. >> love it. thanks sandhya. not too late to dive into a pool
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running through defense. 49-yard touchdown. only one of the game. bengals famed to score a td in last two games. last time, chicago bears, wretched cleveland browns won 22 of last 24 games. red hot cleveland indians won 22 out of 22. and tonight was stunning. going for 22nd consecutive win. hosting royals. last strike, francisco lindor with a drive to the left. alex gordon is there but over his glove off the wall. eric gonzalez scores from first. 2-2, extras. in comes jose ramirez, doubled, good night, 22nd in a row. 3-2 the final. four more wins ties new york giants for most in history.
a's wrapping up in boston. hi, take a selfie. fifth inning, one out, flies to left. benintendi catches. chapman tags and scores. mark, where are you going? hung out to dry. bob melvin, how many games left in the season? daniel gossett to the top of the monster. run scores on the carom, boston wins 6-2, sox take two of three of the series. giants were off. 22 in a row is amazing. >> abc7 continues online, twitter, facebook and all your mobile